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Dubai Media City Amphitheatre

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Dubai Media City Amphitheatre

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Experience several desert pursuits in one outing, including ATV-driving—something many tours only offer at an extra cost—on this red-dune desert tour from Dubai. Skip the hassle of transport and logistical planning; and be free to simply enjoy the dunes and activities provided. Zoom off on an ATV, ride a camel, go sandboarding; enjoy henna art and Arabian-costume photos; and conclude with a barbecue-buffet dinner and live shows.
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Rahna wrote a review Mar 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates34 contributions5 helpful votes
My first time to this venue and it was on point. Beautiful 'standing' area where we sat down on the grass as did everyone else there, eating and drinking whilst listening to the back up bands before Lionel came on. It was a fabulous evening. Then everyone did stand for Lionel and what a performance, sooo worth it! Annoying point of the night. Wanted a bottle of wine, however they pour the whole bottle into 2 large cups.. They need to rethink this as takes the enjoyment out of wine being poured into huge large beer type cups.. In saying that, I would definitely return to this venue. Great central location too.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Alan.sco wrote a review Feb 2020
Dubai, United Arab Emirates1,192 contributions724 helpful votes
The organisation at RedFest was horrendous. Not enough security, two hour queue to enter and generally felt unsafe. I'd reccomend getting there a good few hours before anybody you want to see! Indside is nice. Good views because of the sloped hills. 50AED a beer is a little steep though...
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Alan.sco wrote a review Feb 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates1,192 contributions724 helpful votes
I went with my family for Alicia Keys and the venue was absolutely amazing. A park in the city with towers in the backdrop! Loads of RTA parking around the site and because it's set up 'short and wide' there is a great view of the stage from pretty much anywhere. Toilets were clean and no queues but the bar and food service was a bit slow.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Malcolm P wrote a review Feb 2019
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Watched the Snow Patrol gig last night, they were excellent, however... First of all, the organisers need to be taken out and shot. If they had actually dreamed up a more convoluted system to even get inti the venue, I very much doubt they would have managed it. Once inside you are invited to buy the drinks tickets, 50 Aed for a beer, which led to long queues. Once you have the tickets, you then join another long queue to get your long awaited and pricy drink. Only to find at the bar that you can pay by credit card, you don’t need the buy the ticket! And as good as the band were, it was a relatively short show, just over an hour, maybe slightly longer. The queue to get in the first place reminded me that the organisers could not run a bath, and I had forgotten to never venture back to these shows. And for my last gripe, if Snow Patrol, Jamoriquai or Alici Keys are evenly remotely connected to Jazz music, I am Charlie Chan!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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RSteven92 wrote a review Jul 2018
Dubai, United Arab Emirates33 contributions2 helpful votes
My purpose of visiting the amphitheater was for the John Legend concert. There were plenty of activities to do before and during the concert. There were free mock-tail counters thanks to Lacnor, various dining options and bars - mid-range or pricey mostly. I liked the availability of free mock-tails (of-course depending on the brand sponsoring). I also liked the open ground where the concert was as it gave an airy feeling while watching. Would be good to get bottles of water. I'd say it is good for a 1-2 hr visit with friends.
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Date of experience: February 2018
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